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How to Cook Round Steak?

Beaf Eye Round Steak

Beaf Eye Round Steak

Round steaks are typically the more tender, savory portions of beef. They can be cooking in a number of ways, depending on how on the outcome you wish to receive. The preparations are generally the same no matter the cooking preference, but some styles may be better than others.

Preparation

Pound the steaks with a meat mallet to make them tender. If you prefer, you can slice the steaks into thin strips or leave them in larger steaks. Cutting them into smaller pieces will allow for faster and more even cooking. Season the round steaks with a marinade. A common one is Worcestershire sauce, but your own can be made with many ingredients such as garlic, onions, and pepper. You may choose to sprinkle the seasonings alone on the steaks, depending on your taste.

Grilling

Cooking round steaks can be done easily on the grill. This method is best done when the steaks are not cut into thin strips. Preheat the grill and allow the charcoal to become white. Add the steaks, cooking on each side for 5 minutes. Remove the steaks and you are ready to eat.

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Broiling

Broiling a round steak is often preferred over grilling because it prevents juices from escaping. Preheat a pan with a bit of olive oil coating it on medium heat. Also, preheat your oven to 350 degrees to prepare it for the transfer. Sear the meat in the pain for 2 minutes on each side. Remove from pan and place on baking sheet. Bake in the oven for 10-20 minutes, depending on the size and thickness of the steaks. Checking the steaks can be done by poking them with your finger. The more spring the meat has when your finger is removed, the more rare it still is. Remove steaks when they are to your liking.

Cooking Round Steaks in Crock Pot

Using a crock pot for cooking round steak will give you the most tender meat of the three cooking options. It also allows you to add extra ingredients to aid in the flavor of your steaks. Brown the meat on the stove, similar to the way you would if you were broiling it. Set aside the beef, and fill the crock pot with the additives you wish to include. Be sure there is enough liquid in the pot to thoroughly cover the meat. Cook the round steaks at 4 hours on high, or 6 hours on low. Avoid lifting the lid too much to prevent heat from escaping.

Round steaks are very versatile when it comes to cooking techniques. You may choose one method over the other if you wish to spend less time cooking or want more flavorful meat.

Allan

Allan Thomes has been a professional writer for 1 &1/2 years. He joined the THF Team in May, 2011. Along with the numerous other hobbies he enjoys, Allan spends many hours doing home remodeling projects, entertaining family and friends, and gardening.